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Call the Doctor!

You might have heard about the kerfuffle this weekend about who gets to use the title “Dr.” in front of their name. The writer of a controversial Wall Street Journal op-ed suggested that only medical doctors can be actual doctors, and in the process denigrated professional doctorates and Ph.D. programs generally. After clouds of steam […]

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Coordinating global cities research: Knowsi case study

This is a guest blog from Andrew Lovett-Barron, the creator of Knowsi and winner of the 2020 SAGE Concept Grant. “We haven’t met yet. Do you trust me?” This is the dilemma that any researcher faces at the outset of their recruiting process — to find people who are willing to share their stories, experiences, […]

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Designing trust relationships in research with Knowsi

Webinar recording Last month, SAGE hosted a webinar with our SAGE 2020 Concept Grant winner, Andrew Lovett-Barron, on how to design trust relationships with participants in research using Knowsi. Knowsi is a portal to manage research participant consent in compliance with data privacy regulations. In this post, we share the webinar recording and Andrew Lovett-Barron […]

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What Does Trustworthy and Credible MTurk Research Look Like? Recommendations and Checklist

The MethodSpace focus for December is on trust and credibility for researchers. See the unfolding series here. Did you know that the use of MTurk for research purposes has increased more than 20 times in the past 10 years? Are you interested in using MTurk for your own research and want to make sure you […]

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